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Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Can differentiated instruction reach all students?


Educators across the country say they are seeing a trend toward mixed-ability classes that require them to prepare multiple lessons in core subject areas every day. Proponents say such differentiated instruction eliminates the danger of tracking students along racial lines and improves the performance of all students. Opponents question whether teachers really can meet the needs of all students -- average students, students with disabilities, honors students, students learning English as a second language and others -- in a single classroom. The Washington Post (5/15)

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